Certified Credit Union Internal Auditor (CCUIA) designation
This designation signifies an expert understanding of credit union internal auditing. The designation’s comprehensive training addresses topics starting with fundamentals to advanced—including basic definitions, concepts and procedures—as well as specific aspects of auditing such as employee fraud investigations, communication, financial management and regulatory compliance requirements.
Why internal auditors should earn their CCUIA designation:
- Obtain a respected title that conveys expertise in, and commitment to, the craft of internal auditing
- Expand knowledge and strengthen core auditing competencies
- Experience an in-depth curriculum designed by the ACUIA and CUNA and facilitated by internal auditing experts
Attendees of CUNA Internal Audit Certification School must complete the CCUIA exam to receive the designation. The CCUIA designation must be recertified every three years to be maintained.
CUNA & ACUIA Recertification Requirements
Professionals with the Certified Credit Union Internal Auditor (CCUIA)
designation need to recertify every 3 years. If you got certified in 2016 at CUNA & ACUIA Internal Audit Certification School then your certification will expire in October of 2019.
Recertification is accomplished by attending two of the following
three events within the 3 year period.
- CUNA Supervisory
Committee & Internal Audit Conference (2017, 2018, or 2019)
- ACUIA Annual
Conference (2017, 2018 or 2019)
- Attendance at the
CUNA & ACUIA Internal Audit eSchool (2017, 2018 or 2019)
- CUNA Supervisory Committee & Internal Audit Conference – December 3-6, 2017 // Las Vegas, NV
- ACUIA Annual
Conference – June 20-23, 2017 // San Antonio, TX
- CUNA & ACUIA Internal Audit eSchool – 2017 date TBD
the ACUIA and CUNA websites for 2018 & 2019 dates.